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Lenses, Intraocular, Posterior Chamber

Definition : Intraocular lenses, typically made of plastic, intended to be implanted in the posterior chamber of the eye (the space that is bounded in front by the iris, and behind by the lens and suspensor ligament). These lenses are implanted to replace the natural human lens, typically following cataract removal.

UMDC code : 16071

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Aaren Scientific Inc

Company Type: Parent

Aaren Scientific manufactures the highest quality intraocular lenses*. International customers will find information on our CE marked hydrophobic and hydrophilic acrylic IOLs, with both clear and yellow optics, as well as aspheric models and lenses preloaded in disposable injector sets. Aaren also manufactures heparin surface modified lenses for increased biocompatibility, and a variety of PMMA IOLs.

Advanced Medical Innovations

Company Type: Parent

Advanced Vision Science Inc

Company Type: Parent

Santen Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. has contributed to the protection and improvement of people's eyesight and health. Santen's integrated operations extend from research and development to production and sales of prescription and over-the-counter pharmaceuticals.

Allergan Inc

Company Type: Parent

At Allergan, bringing the best of medicine to life is more than a promise. It is a commitment we have kept for more than 60 years and the philosophy upon which we have built our business.

EyeKon Medical

Company Type: Parent

We are a Medical Device manufacturer of Intraocular lenses ( IOL ), Capsular Tension Rings ( CTR ) and Viscoelastic. EyeKon Medical, Inc. is a privately owned 17,000 square feet manufacturing facility located in Clearwater, Florida.

Lenstec Inc

Company Type: Parent

New World Medical Inc

Company Type: Parent

New World Medical, Inc. (NWMI) is a California corporation founded by Dr. A. Mateen Ahmed in the year 1990. It took Dr. Ahmed fourteen years to invent the Ahmed Glaucoma Valve. Clinical testing and FDA submission was an important milestone for a small privately held company. Finally, on the 12th of November in 1993, the FDA granted clearance for the sale of the Ahmed Glaucoma Valve in the United States and around the world. New World Medical, Inc. has been granted more than twenty patents on the glaucoma valve as well as other valves.

US IOL Inc

Company Type: Parent

USIOL Inc. was established in 1985 in Lexington, Kentucky. Our primary goal was, and continues to be, the manufacture of quality intraocular lenses for distribution worldwide. Our product range has grown to include sutures, viscoelastics and a phacoemulsification unit to the expanded PMMA and acrylic lens line.

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